Below you will find links to the top sources for Fantasy Football ADP Reports. ADP stands for Average Draft Position, and it can give you a good idea of when any given player might be drafted. Many experts will tell you not to draft by ADP, but few will argue about its value.
We’ve included many sources for ADP. When selecting a Fantasy Football ADP report two things are imperative. The first is the data the report draws from. What sites does it pull data from? Does it include mock drafts or real drafts? Sites that use only pay leagues are great because you know the people were serious about the draft and not testing different strategies.
The other key element to take into account is the site your real draft will take place on. Try to use ADP reports that draw from your host site.
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